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Kenmore Gas Range 362.75491990 Oven starts and warms to temp - then light blinks and F3 displayed with beeping. I replaced the oven temp sensor, but it still malfunctions. Could the control board be bad?

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Hi,

Yes, this Model was Built by GE. Usually F3 on this Model indicate Oven Temperature Sensor. Using an Ohm's Meter, Test it for Continuity and it should Read approximately 1080 Ohms, if good.

If Oven Temp. Sensor is Good, then the Electronic Control Board is Bad and needs Replacement.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

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Posted on May 12, 2010

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